Kigo Edge footwear for active men and women
Imelda Marcos had a fascination with shoes. Lately, I have had an attraction to athletic footwear. I bonded with my personal butler in Los Cabos, Mexico, as we were both wearing our Sanuk surf sandals. My butler, when not working at Marquis Los Cabos Resort, is a surfer. I, on the other hand, am a poser. I am a woman seeking comfortable, sporty-looking footwear.
Kigo lightweight footwear
Today, I find myself wearing Kigo footwear. I recently wore them to Curacao in the Dutch Caribbean. This Atlanta, Georgia-based company has its roots in Carbondale, Colorado; home to active outdoor sports enthusiasts. For myself, I was attracted to the Kigo Edge for its lightweight (five ounces per shoe) and comfortable fit. If I were a barefoot runner, which I am not, I imagine the Kigo shoe to be an attractive choice where footwear is required.
For the active traveler
Are you an active traveler looking for comfortable, breathable and lightweight footwear that packs flat and is easily worn through airport security lines? If the Kigo Edge fits – wear it! The shoe offers good traction on sail boats, is EPA approved water and stain resistant and features an anti-microbial removable EVA insole, good for river-rafting.
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If You Go:
Pack your Kigo footwear. Priced at $69.99, the Kigo Edge packs flat and doesn’t take up much room. Better yet, wear your Kigo’s on the airplane. They slip on and off easily going through airport security and while you are seated on the airplane.
Kigo supplied me with this travel gear for review.